Safe Harbour is a 12-bed Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) program for adults in need of behavioral health and support services. The focus of this program is to help people with a mental or chemical illness avoid hospitalizations or promote continued stabilization following a hospitalization.
Staff utilizes evidence-based practices — illness management and recovery, integrated dual disorder treatment, therapy, psychiatry, counseling, etc. — to help residents create their treatment plan and chart a path for recovery.
The residential program provides a variety of classes to assist residents in their recovery efforts, including:
South Central Human Relations Center views residential treatment programs as part of a continuum of care, with the goal to return participants to their family and community. The Safe Harbour staff strives to provide a highly structured, well-supervised, nurturing and consistent treatment environment that meets the needs of each participant while respecting each individual’s strengths, preferences and rights.
Residents may receive treatment in a residential program for up to 90 days, though the average stay is about 45 days.
Additional information can be found by downloading the Safe Harbour brochure.